Senate votes to turn down TV commercials

“The Senate unanimously passed a bill late Wednesday to require television stations and cable companies to limit the volume of commercials and keep them at the level of the programs they interrupt.”

There are a couple ways I could go with this.

1) Don’t you have anything better to do?

2) No you don’t! Please just keep it up with the trivial bullshit and leave the economy alone!

3) Whaddaya wanna bet political ads are exempt?

4) Yeah, there’s a feather in your cap, Senator.  Make sure you let all your constituents know about it before November 2!

5) Hey look, a squirrel!

6) Y’know, variable TV volume really has bothered me a lot more than uncertainty about upcoming tax hikes does.

I’m trying to find out how Feingold voted.  I’ll be back.

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4 Responses to Senate votes to turn down TV commercials

  1. Pingback: “Whaddaya wanna bet political ads are exempt?” « The TrogloPundit

  2. Brian J. says:

    It was unanimous, so if Feingold voted at all, he voted for it.

    As did every sitting Republican Senator who voted. They’re all in favor of regulating industry for the flimsiest of excuses.

  3. misterpterodactyl says:

    Yeah. As you can see, I didn’t try too hard to find out. Or read the article all that carefully. Or read the part I quoted all that carefully, either. Just pretend I was being ironic.

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